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buying our first house with a yardwhat do we need?

my hubby is a nurse and im a practicing psychologist..we've lived in an apartment for our entire marraige, so we have NO idea how to take care of a yard or how to do any outside stuff. Now that we are wanting to start a family, we moved into a real house with a pretty large yar. Suggestions on what we need to take care of it?lawn mowers, etc.??


It hurts their ears, your suppose vacuum and clean them twice a year besides replacing batteries, if that doesn't help then buy new ones.
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Try using a large pan to snuff it out, if it's too big for that get the hell outta there and call the fire department! DO NOT use water on a grease fire.

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